I am a PhD Candidate in Psychology and past Public Scholar at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.

My main research interest is decision-making strategies and cognitive control changes during healthy aging . I’m currently involved in projects examining the neural mechanism supporting the shift towards model-free decision-making in older adults and changes in metacontrol across the lifespan.I am also investigating how different cognitive abilities relate to decision-making and how individuals of different ages learn following surprising events.

I am the Founder of Concordia’s Journal of Accessible Psychology and Co-founder of Concordia’s Journal of Psychology and Neuroscience. I am currently Liaison for both journals.

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  • Decision-making Strategies
  • Cognitive Control/ Meta-control
  • Lifespan Cognitive Development
  • Science Communication
  • PhD in Experimental Psychology, 2018-present

    Concordia University

  • Masters in Experimental Psychology, 2016-2018

    Concordia University

  • BA in Psychology, 2012-2016

    McGill University



R, Python, MATLAB & Javascript


Electroencephalography (EEG)

Advanced Analysis Techniques

Computational Modeling & Single Trial EEG Regressions

Main Accomplish­ments

ComSciCon Flagship Workshop 2021 Attendee
ComSciCon Flagship Workshop provides graduate students with a one-of-a-kind opportunity to meet early career leaders in Science Communication, learn from and interact with a remarkable group of invited experts, and produce an original work communicating complex technical concepts from science and engineering to a new audience.
Public Scholar 2021-2022
Ten PhD candidates representing Concordia’s interdisciplinary diversity and excellence in research. Representing all faculties, the Scholars engage with our wider community to share the significance of their work and its impact on society.
NSERC Postgraduate Scholarship - Doctoral
The NSERC Postgraduate Scholarships – Doctoral (PGS D) program provides financial support to high-calibre scholars who are engaged in an eligible doctoral program
Virtual Summer School in Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging
Summer school on Bayesian Statistics, Calcium Imaging, Causal Inference, Deep Learning, EEG & MEG, fMRI and Machine Learning.